Beth Wildman, Ali Kizilbush, William Smucker. Arch Fam Med 1999;8(5):440. This report examines whether parental disclosure of concerns was a better predictor for physician identification of child psychosocial problems than was the presence of child behavior problems. (From overview)
Kathy Seitzinger Hepburn (Baltimore, MD: Annie E. Casey Foundation, December 2004). This toolkit has been created for the Annie E. Casey Foundation to help promote early childhood development and school readiness. The purpose of the tool kit is to provide guidance, resource materials, and references that will assist communities in working with families as primary partners in their child’s development and school readiness.
Oregon Dept of Education, 2012. Website with links to the ASQ, Early Intervention, family organizations, and Zero to Three
Oregon Health Authority website on developmental screening resources for parents, primary care providers, and ewal childhood providers.
Information for parents on ASDs and the importance of early identification and intervention
Resources on child development and developmental screening for families
Oregon Public Health Division website on the importance of developmental screening
Website to educate parents about developmental screening
Information for families about the availability of screening and evaluation for Early Intervention, with links to screening tools